Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, New York

International Competition First Place Winner

This 88,500ft2, $260m competition-winning scheme for avery fisher hall, the home of the new york philharmonic, is part of the redevelopment of the entire lincoln center, the largest performing arts complex in the world. It provides well-needed facilities including a ‘ships-hull’ 2,400-seat primary hall, new rehearsal halls and public amenities. It introduces a new geometry, making the lincoln center more inviting and enhancing it’s relationship to broadway, thus addressing the center’s urban planning dynamics and spatial relationships.

Richard’s responsibilities included developing initial concepts into a scheme design, including public area (plaza and concourse) and urban interface planning.

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